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Allu Arjun's Pushpa Raj inspires Ganesha idols for Ganesh Chaturthi

Pandals in Maharashtra have Lord Ganesh idols in Allu Arjun's Pushpa look

Allu Arjun's Pushpa Raj inspires Ganesha idols for Ganesh Chaturthi
Ganesha idols in Pushpa Raj look
  • Team OTTplay

Last Updated: 02.33 PM, Aug 30, 2022


Ever since Allu Arjun's Pushpa: The Rise hit screens, the actor has seen an exceptionally high craze among the audience. While the film set a trend with the masses as the audience not only got talking about the film, but also about the style of Pushpa Raj, Allu Arjun's character in it. Now, as Ganesh Chaturthi arrives, the fever of Pushpa Raj style seem to have taken over the Ganpati idols, too. 

Allu Arjun in Pushpa: The Rise
Allu Arjun in Pushpa: The Rise

In many parts of Maharashtra, where the festival is celebrated in a grand manner, Lord Ganesha idols, in Pushpa Raj style, seem to have found their place. The deity is seen in a white kurta pyjama, like the actor in the film. This is a sheer example of the craze and stardom of Allu Arjun's character. It is amazing to see that even after months of the film's release, the craze of hasn't gone down. 

And that's not all, Ganesha idols in Ram Charan's RRR look, too, seem to joined the line-up. Fans of the actors Ram Charan and Jr NTR had joined pictures of idols in their respective looks from the film. Interestingly, when Bahubali released, a number of Ganesha idols were inspired by the film and the scene where Bahubali carried Shivling in his hands. Ganesha idols carrying the Shivling did the rounds across the country for two years.

Pushpa: The Rise is a Telugu film directed by Sukumar and had Rashmika Mandanna and Fahadh Faasil as part of the star cast. The film released in December 2021 and emerged as huge success at the box office. The character became a household name across the country. The actor played a red sandalwood (a rare sandalwood that grows only in the Sesachalam hills of Andhra Pradesh ) smuggler in the film. Pushpa: The Rise has been made in two parts.